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Dec 2, 2013 5:30pm PST
of the derailment are describing that awful moment, that awful scene when the train had left the track. katie tur has more on the passengers. she's with us tonight from grand central terminal. tate katie, good evening. >> reporter: hey there, brian. 75,000 people pass through these doors every day. for many of those that were on the train this is part of their daily commute. today we spoke with the folks who were able to walk away from the crash as they described those harrowing moments. >> we were going fast. as it hit the curve it was flying. >> there was screaming and people crying out for god, asking for their families. it was pretty grisly. >> reporter: the doctor was dozing off in the fourth car when he said suddenly people, their stuff, and even their seats started flying. >> i could feel the cars go off the tracks there. next to me there was one lady whose face was cut up, her nose was broken, bleeding profusely. >> reporter: more than 60 injured and four left dead. tonight doctors say they are treating everything from broken bones to spinal cord injuries. among the dead a member of the n
NBC
Dec 3, 2013 5:30pm PST
he lived his life. we get his story tonight from nbc's katy tur. >> reporter: more than 100 police officers from ridgewood this morning. they came to honor michael feeney. known around here as chief feeney. >> you know when you see people like this, they are the best of our family. >> reporter: michael back in june took on the chiefly duties of reviewing the dispatch, signing mountains of forms and making sure pesky sisters are locked up. last week, michael lost his four-year battle with a rare form of bone cancer, and though his short life was plagued with exhausting treatments, those who loved michael said nothing could dampen his spirit. >> michael was able to touch in his short ten years more than most of us ever will in a hundred. >> he loved the giants, yankees, and politics. he even got advice from his mayor on his stump speech for class president. tod the day was the best for michael ever. >> none of us know how to live in the moment, maybe we need to look at kids. because he was just living in the moment. >> reporter: to ensure michael would get to celebrate the holiday, n
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